Brief Therapy and Eating Disorders. A Practical Guide to Solution-Focused Work with Clients

  • ID: 2217712
  • Book
  • 284 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Drawing from her own clinical experience as founder of the Eating Disorders Recovery Center, McFarland demonstrates how solution focused brief therapy is one of the more efficient approaches in treating eating disorders. She offers practical, hands on strategies and interventions designed to guide therapists through each step of the treatment process.
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Introduction: Using Solution–Focused Brief Therapy with Eating Disorder Clients.

Shifting Paradigms: Beyond Sickness.

Transforming Clinical Assumptions: Becoming Mindful.

The Changing Therapeutic Relationship: The Art of Collaboration.

The First Sessions: Key Interviewing Questions.

Working with Challenging Cases: Useful Interventions.

Solution–Focused Group Therapy: A Program Description.

Epilogue: Through the Looking Glass.

Resources: Self–Reporting Forms.

Appendix A. Assessment Tools.

Appendix B. Working with the Miracle Question.

Appendix C. Progress in Treatment.

Appendix D. Goals.

Appendix E. Aftercare Planning.

Appendix F. Progress in Recovery.
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Barbara McFarland
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